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Adoption and Entrenchment in Financial Services
Tuesday, May 17th, 2016

When citing the growth of the fintech market, its common to see indicators such as VC investments in the market referenced. However accurate these numbers are, 2014 and 2015 have continued a dramatic increase in the pace of investment. Another factor that’s often harder to quantify, is the adoption among the incumbents and established market… Read more…

Crowd Valley Inc Announces Enterprise Service For Banking Institutions
Tuesday, April 12th, 2016

For Immediate Release LendIt, San Francisco – April 12 – Speaking at the worlds largest online lending event, Crowd Valley Inc, creator of the world’s first digital back office for private securities transaction portals and marketplaces announced new service levels after pilots with financial institutions. Crowd Valley now offers tailored service, including compliance technology used… Read more…

Crowd Valley at the AWS Security Roadshow
Sunday, April 10th, 2016

Crowd Valley (a Grow VC Group company) took part in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Security Roadshow, which ran from 16-23 March across several cities. The roadshow covered in detail how technologies such as Crowd Valley’s, which leverages the AWS infrastructure, can benefit from cloud architecture built to satisfy the requirements of the most security-sensitive… Read more…

Ronald J Buschur to work as an Executive Advisor to Crowd Valley Inc
Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016

For Immediate Release San Francisco – March 22 – Crowd Valley Inc, (a Grow VC Group company) creator of the world’s first digital back office to power online finance business announced that Ronald J. Buschur, formerly CEO of NASDAQ-listed Powerwave Technologies, will be working with the company in a Corporate Development Executive Advisory Role. Mr…. Read more…

The Informal Investor Group Dilemma
Friday, February 26th, 2016

Private transactions are a vast, often unstructured market with a big emphasis on informal networks. Just think of all the ‘friends and family’ money in the early stage investing market, the angel networks and the importance of their activity. In recent years the uptick of small funds, ‘super angels’, online syndication and co-investment models have… Read more…